3514 total / 21 in 2018

Keep working out. Keep progressing. Train for both Sprint and Olympic Triathlons this summer and maybe a Marathon & possibly a Half Iron Man in the future... :)

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Corine logged 3514 miles.

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  1. RUN
    great 7 mi

    Great Run! :D So happy to be running again! (5.36 miles plus 1.68 = 7.04 miles) (h., m.,st.hs.h.,h)

    • Corine

      5.46 mile Loop, THEN about another mile and a half, making it 7 miles :)

      about 1 month ago Like

  2. RUN
    great 5 mi 00:50 10:00 pace

    Awesome run! Felt so good! :D

  3. RUN
    great 4.6 mi 00:49 10:39 pace

    Great run! :D I did two small loops one after the other... one a little over two miles, and the other about 2.5 miles for about 4.6 miles all together. I don't try to go fast anymore, and am s... read more

  4. RUN
    great 4.7 mi 00:53 11:16 pace

    Nice little jog! :D I just ran around while listening to a book and walking off and on. It was nice. :)

  5. RUN
    good 11 mi

    Well, I didn't MEAN to go that far. lol ;p I did a 6.33 mile run around part of beautiful Hayden Lake, then continued on to do errands! I didn't realize how far away my destination was. I... read more

  6. RUN
    Hayden Lake Loop, + Hayden, M... 7.08 mi 01:07 09:27 pace

    Awesome run! :D I'm so happy I went running today!!! :D

  7. RUN
    good 2.56 mi

    I just started running again this week. I pretty much ran this course or a similar course each day. I was very surprised to be so sore the first few times. I am almost recovered. :o LOL At least I ... read more

  8. RUN
    good 4 mi 00:40 10:00 pace

    Distance is approximated... ...did first 5.3 miles in 49.5 min, then decided to go out again and ran another 40 minutes (1.5 hour). Not certain of the total distance, but I think it was around 9.5 ... read more

  9. RUN
    good 5.3 mi 00:50 09:20 pace

    ...very hot out. Definitely not as energetic as usual, but at least I ran. :) ...did first 5.3 miles in 49.5 min, then decided to go out again and ran another 40 minutes (1.5 hour). Not certain of ... read more

  10. RUN
    good 5.3 mi 00:47 08:47 pace

    This run and last were my first two runs after a couple weeks of INTENSE business! Sadly, I got a little sore running, and am slower than I used to be. I HOPE to get consistent SOON again! :o

  11. RUN
    great 6.5 mi 01:01 09:23 pace

    NOT really certain of the distance... BEAUTIFUL run, though! :) I was determined to run a full hour today, so kept adding a little jot here and a little jot there. I ALSO, would pick up my pace now... read more

  12. VELO
    great 9.8 mi 00:46 12.8mph pace

    This was a "Recovery" bike ride, after riding over 30 yesterday and feeling my muscles a little tight. True to my nature - I rode English Loop - a hill route - rather than flats, even tho... read more

  13. VELO
    good 32 mi 02:25 13.2mph pace

    Not exact distance... I thought I averaged about 15 mph (I know... so slow!), but maybe the hills made it slower (I think the distance is fairly accurate). LONGEST ride so far this year - and I did... read more

    • Douglas S.
      Douglas S.

      Pretty good long ride for not working up to it, and yes, hills played a part in the time/speed.
      Great job1

      about 2 years ago Like1 person

  14. VELO
    great 25 mi 01:50 13.6mph pace

    Estimate on distance and time. ...FIRST long ride this year, and I did it with my honey. It was almost all flats, and we rode a very comfortable, talking pace. IT WAS WONDERFUL! :D My legs feel it... read more

  15. RUN
    great 6.53 mi 00:56 08:33 pace

    First 5.37miles 8:28 pace... Another 1.16 mile at 8:57 pace. This was the first time I have gone more than 5.3 miles in over 15 months. :o My legs felt different as I continued for that last mile, ... read more